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Initial findings of People for Education’s 2021-22 Annual Ontario School Survey (AOSS) show that principals continue dealing with an exceptional set of challenges related to running schools during the second year of the pandemic.
A cross-Canada scan of K to 12 COVID-related education policies reveals few plans for recovery and renewal, and little funding to support it. People for Education is recommending that the federal government establish a establish…
Principals report that despite the massive challenges their schools faced in the last 18 months, there are some innovations that they would like to see continue. But they also say that more must be done…
New report recommends embedding early learning and childcare in public education
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In the fall of 2018, Ontario's Ministry of Education engaged in consultations on a range of education issues. The Ministry received over 72,000 submissions via online surveys, letters from individuals and organizations, and telephone town-halls.
A range of education stakeholders respond to the funding changes announced by the Ministry of Education on December 14, 2018.
The St. Thomas Times-Journal: Will rural push to break away from Thames Valley District school board gain traction?
Elgin County is exploring the possibility of forming its own county school board.
Shelley Moore has used her experience, both as a teacher and a person with a learning disability, to guide other teachers in how to support children with complex and diverse needs.
CBC News interviewed participants at People for Education's 2018 conference about education policy and funding in Ontario.